Tools for Meeting Math Standards

Common Core and More

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Worried about how you'll teach the Math Standards? Don't be. We've already taken care of it all for you. The cache of information contained in each TouchMath Program has been optimized to ensure you teach to each standard while becoming a more proficient math instructor. We'll give you everything you need to improve student performance and progress them forward.

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  • Alignments
  • Scope & Sequence

Core Alignments

Alignments to core math programs are available by request. Please email us at or call 1-855-929-0880 for more information.

State Alignments

Click one of the links below to display a list of standards.

Don’t see your State Standards listed? Request them by calling your Education Account Rep at 1-855-929-0880 or email us at

Scope & Sequence

Pre-K through 2nd Grade

Scope & Sequence Guide

We want to help you build strong foundations: solid conceptual understanding, a high degree of procedural skill and fluency, and the ability to apply math inside and outside the classroom. We provide a comprehensive exhibit of clusters, standards, skills, and activities for the TouchMath® Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade Standards-Based programs.

Upper Grades

Scope & Sequence Guide

TouchMath provides this Upper Grades Program Overview and Scope and Sequence to present the story of the TouchMath approach to math standards for students with learning disabilities. The standards apply broadly to individual states, Common Core State Standards, and various versions of standards from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The TouchMath Upper Grades Program, Sixth Edition, provides support for individual learning by presenting information in multiple ways and by ensuring students have the appropriate amount of meaningful repetition to master the skills. Both the content and the activities are scaffolded with small steps to ensure students understand and apply relationships to master skills. The focus is simple: Learn and apply strategies to solve problems. The use of TouchPoints as kinesthetic and/or visual cues, properties of operations, and relationships among number representations are each presented to find the match for each student.




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